Discussion in 'The Practice Squad' started by patriotscpfc, Jan 16, 2011.
I rock the helmet better than Ed.
Mikey Adams had him on his show the other night, he was *****ing that he has to pay for his tickets, thinks hes special, I think hes special needs
Very nice :rocker:
Thanks. Really wish we had bought playoff tix. I want to be there SO bad!
Plannin on buying another one over the summer and painting it up silver.
I hear you. I just hope it's loud today and that the fans who are at the game give the team a solid home field advantage. That's one thing you have to say about the Meadowlands...it's a tough environment. Hopefully they can make the Razor just as tough today for the Jets.
Yet his youtube name is a Billerica Mass. zipcode
From the article..."might view the 6-foot-1, 235-pound retired New York City fireman as a talisman for regaining lost Super Bowl glory, a raging, one-man booster club for a once-storied football franchise on the verge of toppling doubt."
A once storied franchise. .....:rofl::rofl::rofl: Like someone said you shouldn't drink and post.
Well, after we blast them into oblivion, that is all that will remain of Rex and his band of degenerates: a story.
HA! He's no Jay Glazer either. Those two do more for the Jets than just go to games!
Regardless of what you think about Fireman Ed this is just a bad idea. It would give Jets fans, in their mind, a license to do something to some unsuspecting Pats fan. As long as visiting fans aren't being *******s I think you have to grant them the game courtesies you would want in a visiting stadium......or we'll be compared to Eagles fans pelting 49ers fans with snowballs and there isn't even a rivalry there.
"Somebody went back and found him dressed in a Miami Dolphin jersey in an old high school yearbook photo. Aha, some said: he’s a fraud. But Mr. Anzalone said he was just a teenager looking for a winner."
"Looking for a winner" and JETS does not compute.
Exactly. I'm all for good natured ball busting, but when people start throwing stuff that's going too far.
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